News: AI can tell you when you’re texting wrong

What is AI and what does it mean for text messages?


AI is simply short for artificial intelligence. In text messages it can mean the use of machine learning algorithms and natural language processing techniques to understand and interpret human language in written form.

AI-powered text messaging applications can be used to automate various tasks, such as customer support, personal assistants, chatbots, and more.

With AI in text messages, chatbots can understand the intent behind the user’s message and provide personalized responses that are relevant to the user’s inquiry.

AI can also be used to analyze large volumes of text data, such as customer feedback or social media posts, to identify trends and insights that can help businesses improve their products or services.

AI in text messages can also help with language translation, spell-checking, and predictive text. It can learn from the user’s previous messages to make accurate suggestions and corrections.


How is AI telling me I am texting wrong?


Now the development of AI in texts has gotten so far, that it can understand the context you are writing in and finds out whether a conversation gets too tense.

The intelligent software can seek out the future of a conversation and realize when certain texts have been misunderstood by the recipient. This could prevent your best friend from getting mad at you, though you never meant any harm.

It can not yet tell you what to write in order to avert the situation, but will only alert you that you are a dangerous path. Let’s see if it can get developed further.

What can I do to prevent bad outcomes from texting?


We all have been in the situation where we have received texts and found them upsetting, even though the sender meant it differently. Texting can be difficult, because you are not using intonation.

One way to get rid of confusion, is to make sure that the sender knows who exactly is sending the text. Often this is not possible through a regular phone and your name might not show up at the recipient.

To avoid this, you can use online text messaging tools that allow you to type in any sender’s name (for example company names), so whoever you are sending it to will know who you are.

Another thing is to make sure that your texts are proper and make sure you check them.

Using a small screen like a phone will make it hard to send long messages and keep in check what you have written and how. By sending a text online, you will be able to keep an overview of longer texts easily.

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